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~Moyen. Wedding dress, ca. 1880~   The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Edward Greenbaum, 1968 (2009.300.3323a–c)

~Moyen. Wedding dress, ca. 1880~ The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Edward Greenbaum, 1968 (2009.300.3323a–c)

Cotton corset by Bon Marché, French, 1904-06. This corset perfectly illustrates the understructure required to accomplish the dominant S-curve silhouette of the time. It was purchased at the well-known Parisian department store Au Bon Marché in 1904. The front-lacing, as opposed to the usual back lacing, is highly unusual for this period. It became a more popular feature for corsets later in the 20th century, as it allowed a woman to put on and adjust the corset by herself.

Cotton corset by Bon Marché, French, 1904-06. This corset perfectly illustrates the understructure required to accomplish the dominant S-curve silhouette of the time. It was purchased at the well-known Parisian department store Au Bon Marché in 1904. The front-lacing, as opposed to the usual back lacing, is highly unusual for this period. It became a more popular feature for corsets later in the 20th century, as it allowed a woman to put on and adjust the corset by herself.

Mechanical Clock 6 — Steampunk by Eric Freitas    Steampunk (13 October 2009 - 21 February 2010). The first museum exhibition of Steampunk art. An international show curated by American artist and designer Art Donovan. At the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, England.

Mechanical Clock 6 — Steampunk by Eric Freitas Steampunk (13 October 2009 - 21 February 2010). The first museum exhibition of Steampunk art. An international show curated by American artist and designer Art Donovan. At the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford, England.

Would look beautiful with your Steampunk outfit wouldn't it? Double Barreled Wheellock Pistol by Peter Peck, Munich c. 16th Century via the Metropolitan Museum of Art    Source: metmuseum.org

Would look beautiful with your Steampunk outfit wouldn't it? Double Barreled Wheellock Pistol by Peter Peck, Munich c. 16th Century via the Metropolitan Museum of Art Source: metmuseum.org

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